At Hope House, we have established a structured 14 bed transitional, sober living community to help each resident, with a desire to live a substance free lifestyle, understand that he is not alone. Hope House will have onsite management and leadership. Residents are expected to develop and follow a recovery plan that incorporates physical, mental and spiritual wellness. 

Policy and Regulations

"Physical, Mental and Spiritual Wellness"

Residents no longer need to face challenges and difficulties without support, feedback and personal experiences from other residents and leadership. Building strength in your sobriety means understanding that it is appropriate to ask for help. We believe challenges and difficulties are more easily dealt with when there is a strong house community to rely upon. Hope House is an interactive recovery community in which supportive participation in the house is required.

Hope House strives to create a community of shared responsibility between the House residents and leadership including accountability to self and others. There will be a weekly house meeting that residents must attend to discuss matters relevant to the house operation.

There will also be individual meetings scheduled with each resident to communicate about their progress towards their sobriety and to discuss any concerns. Hope House leadership will assist with employment preparation, identifying assistance available to its residents, financial literacy, and referrals for employment and volunteer opportunities.

Our Mission Statement

We are a recovery focused resident-centered, alcohol- and drug-free community for previously incarcerated individuals who are identified with substance abuse behavior. Hope House will provide its residents with connection and the tools necessary for their successful transition into community. We love our residents until they learn to love themselves.